The hair and the frog!

The tall person returned to Agmashenebeli Avenue today. He needed a haircut – yes, the single hair on his head had become long and unruly!

To be fair, he had been complaining of ‘bed hair’ for several days and had even used De’s hairbrush to try and flatten his ‘sticky up’ hair.

De also decided that she wanted her hair cut so they both went to the hairdresser on Agmashenebeli Avenue.

You may recall that all of the buildings along Agmashenebeli Avenue have recently been refurbished. The hairdressing salon was included in this work and is now freshly painted.

Anyway, the tall person’s haircut lasted 5 minutes (including a shampoo) so instead of waiting with the chattering ladies in the salon he walked along Agmashenebeli Avenue to take more photographs of the restoration work.

He found that not only had the buildings been restored but some lovely artwork had been added.

This beautiful bronze frog was by the side of steps leading up to a shop.

I like this frog ‘doorman’ very much.

Tbilisi has many bronze art works.

The tall person told me that he will take photographs to show you.

Oh, I nearly forgot, the tall person’s head is now fully aerodynamic once more.

No more ‘bed hair’ for you tall person!

The news from the BBC

Good morning/afternoon/evening/night everyone and thank you for tuning into the BBC News (Bassa’s Blogging Channel).

This is your good news correspondent, Bassa, reporting from Tbilisi in the Republic of Georgia.

It’s been another great day for good news.

Our top story is from one of my favorite blogs, Jodistone, and describes a miracle at Christmas. 

It really is a wonderful story.

Enjoy it – I did!

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